|Tallulah Gorge, Georgia and South Carolina, USA||
| Tallulah Gorge is about two miles long and over 900 feet deep and the river
is the Georgia and South Carolina boundry. The river flow varies according to the release from
the Georgia Power Company Dam upriver. There are various required flows and releases to maintain
fish stocks, for aestetic value and recreational value. These pictures were taken during a two day
period of aestetic relase of about 200 cubic feet per second. There are whitewater releases of several
times that flow at certain times of the year. Obviously the waterfalls in the gorge will look quite
differently at each of the flow levels.
NOTE: These pictures are from (relatively poor) video captures. I will replace them with higher quality scans from negatives in the near future. Also, add some more narative and photos.
If you see a place unlabeled or mis-labeled please let me know.
Tallula Gorge looking north west from Tallulah Point Overlook.
Waterfalls in Tallulah Gorge between Georgia and South Carolina, USA.
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